Articles by Stephanie Chen

11/30/22 10:01pm
Researchers have developed a new flu vaccine that can protect against all 20 known flu subtypes and can potentially protect against new strains in the future.
11/09/22 2:13am
The events, held from Oct. 17 to Oct. 21, featured alumni and real-world professionals who have experience working in careers centered around international issues.
10/27/22 12:27am
Since its inception, the Penn Medicine CAREs program has provided more than $880,000 in funding to over 880 service initiatives.
10/13/22 8:49pm
Karen Winey, Penn Engineering professor, has received $2.2 million from the Department of Energy to fund research in synthesizing cleaner and more efficient fuel cell technologies. 
10/10/22 11:31pm
The programs — called “Refresh” and “Penn’s Declassified Sex Survival Guide” — have garnered 3,400 participants and 1,500 participants respectively since their inception.
09/28/22 1:08am
The biotech startup was initially developed by two professors of neurosurgery at the Perelman School of Medicine, D. Kacy Cullen and Douglas Smith.
09/22/22 11:46pm
Posters were displayed from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. throughout Houston Hall, and topics ranged from historical analyses of literature to identifying genetic markers for diabetes.
09/15/22 12:16am
Penn is one of the few medical schools in the country that provide a robust, four-year curriculum on palliative care.
09/12/22 1:43am
The event was held on Sept. 8 at 6 p.m. and featured 1983 PhD graduate Andreas Albrecht, now a physics professor at the University of California at Davis.
08/30/22 12:27am
Residential Services expected 2,545 first-year and transfer students, 2,379 second-year students, and 866 third- and fourth-year students to move into campus housing between Aug. 21 and 28. 
05/13/22 2:07pm
The Triple ‘S’ Show is a "step, stroll, and/or salute" competition among 12 IGC fraternity and sorority chapters during the 126th Penn Relays.
04/19/22 10:20pm
Students reported having hopes that Path@Penn would improve on Penn InTouch — only to be disappointed with difficulties in the advance registration process.
04/08/22 1:38am
The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke with the seven cultural centers at Penn to find out how they will be celebrating graduating students this spring.
03/22/22 12:03am
The course consists of a five mandatory 90-minute class sessions and a Leadership Venture over spring break that involved hiking, biking, and canoeing in Harpers Ferry, W. Va.
02/02/22 11:11pm
Some students said that they felt the University's COVID-19 policies — such as double-masking, testing, and isolation — are not being enforced with enough rigor.
01/31/22 12:40am
Penn has been working with the Committee on International Travel Risk Assessment to review study abroad programs and ensure safety among student travelers amid COVID-19.
12/02/21 12:10am
When the University switched the air conditioning systems to heating systems in mid-October, students living in high rises and New College House West experienced temperatures reaching what they said felt too warm.
11/16/21 11:33pm
The University's emphasis on in-person instruction for spring 2022 applies to all four undergraduate schools.
11/01/21 12:52am
Many professors incorporated benefits they found from using online platforms during the pandemic into their midterms this semester, adding that the return to in-person learning has eliminated concerns of academic integrity.
10/18/21 1:01am
Students say their piling homework deadlines and exams — due the week immediately after Penn's four-day fall break from Oct. 14 to Oct. 17 — have prevented them from de-stressing and spending time with their loved ones.
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